Calling it a “historic day” in the fight against climate change, President Obama lauded the landmark Paris climate agreement that takes effect Nov. 4. “This gives us the best possible shot to save the one
Defining who won can be difficult if the standard of success isn’t defined clearly. This is as true in life as it is in politics. Sometimes people in their life define success as professional accomplishment,
Though the top-ticket candidates were obviously not on stage for the vice-presidential debate last night, they will definitely be impacted by what happened in Virginia. After the dust settled following Democratic vice-presidential nominee Sen. Tim
Viewers expecting a tamer tone in the first and only vice presidential debate on Tuesday night were treated to a tumultuous tête-à-tête mirroring the confrontation between the presidential running mates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Sen. Tim Kaine and Gov. Mike Pence clashed last night in a showdown that was full of disruptions. An ABC News analysis of last night’s vice presidential debate found that both candidates topped Donald Trump‘s
–6 MOMENTS THAT MATTERED LAST NIGHT: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump weren’t the focus of last night’s debate but their policies and campaign promises were at the center of the face-off. The vice presidential contenders
Following the first vice-presidential debate, the Republican nominee’s son is attempting to put one issue to rest; taxes. Eric Trump is defending his father, saying the real estate mogul has “absolutely” paid federal income tax.
A campaign that’s often been about nothing was about plenty of somethings Tuesday night. But a vice-presidential debate marred by interruptions and bitter accusations may add up to not much at all. The expected turn
The face-off between vice presidential candidates Mike Pence and Tim Kaine is expected to focus more on their campaign platforms and a defense of their respective running mates than the bombast of last week’s presidential
A day after Bill Clinton said Obamacare was “the craziest thing in the world,” Hillary Clinton showed support for President Obama’s signature health care initiative, saying, “It’s a heck of a lot better than starting